Find the 2011 Ford Fiesta Owners Manual below. The 2011 Ford Fiesta is the big bang in a small packet. Inside this tiny subcompact lies a lot more than one can speculate. Fiesta comes with crisp handling and exclusive stuff on the inside.
To begin with, it has a super cool SYNC media controller, fashionable leather seats, and elite audio systems. The prices would leave you astounding as they range between a surprisingly affordable price of $13,995 to $23,000 maximum. Ford justifies the “expressive and vibrant” styling. It is not even a competition anymore. Fiesta is legitimately the winner of all the subcompacts.
The side view of the Fiesta is crisp, and the headlights go well in the fenders. The taillights are high mounted, and the five-door’s rear is not blocky. The soft-touch dash of the Fiesta is modeled on the keypads of mobile phones. There are angled keys, sound system controls, ventilation, heating, and cooling switches. The ambiance of the car makes the buyers drool. Fiesta gives seven different “mood lightings” for illuminating foot-wells, cup-holders and other areas as per choice. Moreover, Fiesta comes with a variety of choices in colors like Lime Squeeze, Bright Magenta, silver, black or white. Apart from the standard black 2011 Ford Fiesta Owners Manual, the interior colors also include plum and cashmere in higher trims.
This tiny beast comes with a four-cylinder and a choice between automatic and manual gearboxes. It comes with a 1.6-liter 120 hp four-cylinder engine that produces 109 pound-feet of torque. The mileage measures up to 30 mpg for city streets and 40 mpg for highway while the manual six-speed hits 29/38 mpg. The PowerShift automatic and optional SFE version help get the numbers high. The PowerShift automatic is an automatic dual-clutch gearbox. It is expensive but very efficient. Almost all the controls of this tiny beast received positive feedbacks. Lastly, a $395 Fuel Economy Package gives you the greenest Fiesta at a reasonable price.
2011 Ford Fiesta Manual Features & Reviews
The base cloth of the 2011 Ford Fiesta manual is standard, while Versa and Fit have better materials. The trunk offers 12.8 cubic feet of cargo space. It has a great feel and quality look. Moreover, this subcompact comes with a unique laminated windshield for noise cancellation along with a sound blanket. 2011 Ford Fiesta Owners Manual comes in four trims: base, SE, SES Sport, and SEL. SE comes with keyless entry, power windows, additional interior lighting, automatic door locks, etc. The SES Sport and SEL add an 80-watt sound system, six speakers, heated door mirrors, 16-inch aluminum wheels and LED driving lamps. The other add-ons include Ford Racing wheel package and a power-operated moonroof.
For safety, Fiesta comes with seven airbags, knee airbag for the driver, side bags, and rear side curtain bags. The seatbelt pre-tensioners are standard. The electric power steering is well-balanced and just the best in class. Moreover, steering comes with two other unique features that make Fiesta smarter than the competitors. The Pull-Drift compensation for keeping track of Fiesta properly even with angled road surfaces and the “active nibble control” to take care of unbalanced tires during the ride (if any).
Neither the NHTSA nor the IIHS has crash-tested the Fiesta. Hence, the security scores lie in the gray area. Moreover, there is a massive opening under the small grill. The plastic in Fiesta feels just like the standard plastic and it does not feel right. The dash is a little dull as well. The cabins are less roomy than the 2011 Ford Fiesta Owners Manual sedans and the seats are like barstool- flat and narrow. The six-footers would find it difficult to fit in the back.[/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][/et_pb_section]